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A researcher has a report that says having a lot of money you a bad person. Professor Paul Piff spent ten years looking at the personalities of rich people and that their behaviour was very different to the behaviour of poor people. Dr Piff said rich people more likely to rules, not the law, and not care about other people. He also said wealthy people more at games and are less likely to help other people. Professor Piff told the BBC that: "Wealth you more [worried about] your own interests, your own desires, your own welfare." He that rich people think their own goals and needs the most important thing in their life.

Professor Piff also that poorer people more generous than rich people. The poor give a higher percentage of their money to others than the rich. He said poorer people give one-and-a-half times as much as richer people. He : "The wealthier you are, the less generous you are. You give significantly smaller portions away to [other people]." However, he did that rich people could their behaviour and become nicer and more generous. He said rich people can others more if you them that giving and is a good thing. He said: "Reminding people of the benefits of cooperation, or the advantages of community, wealthier individuals to be just as [giving] as poor people.”

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